5/13/2012 | Duffy slated for MRI on elbow after early exit
Royals left-hander Danny Duffy felt a twinge in his left elbow on his second pitch Sunday and exited the game after three batters in Kansas City's eventual 9-1 win against the White Sox.
5/13/2012 | Cardinals' Berkman happy to be back in lineup
The Cardinals optioned outfielder Shane Robinson to Triple-A Memphis on Sunday to open up a spot on the 25-man roster for Lance Berkman, who had been on the disabled list with a left calf strain since April 19.
5/13/2012 | Seven Cards use pink bats for Mother's Day
In conjunction with Mother's Day, Major League Baseball raised awareness for breast cancer on Sunday by prominently incorporating the color pink in each of the 15 games played. At Busch Stadium, the Cardinals and Braves each posted pink lineup cards in their respective dugouts.
5/13/2012 | Brewers' Axford reflects on his famous note
Brewers closer John Axford had only a few moments to stew over the end of his long saves streak before life snapped things back into focus.
5/13/2012 | Alonso among three Padres using pink bats
Yonder Alonso was one of three Padres players to use the bats Sunday, along with outfielder Chris Denorfia and shortstop Jason Bartlett.
5/13/2012 | Rox not alarmed by De La Rosa's tight forearm
The Rockies believe the left forearm tightness that pitcher Jorge De La Rosa experienced during a rehab start Saturday night at Double-A Tulsa is a normal part of recovery from Tommy John elbow surgery.
5/13/2012 | Yanks' Honorary Bat Girl making huge impact
Since she began to follow the game of baseball, Erika Rech has been a Yankees fan. So she could imagine no better way to be honored for her accomplishments benefiting those affected by breast cancer than in front of a Mother's Day crowd Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
5/13/2012 | Reunited soldier, dog honored at Stadium
Retired Marine corporal Megan Leavey and her service dog, Sgt. Rex, were the guests of honor at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, when they starred in a pregame ceremony designed to act as both a homecoming and a celebration.
5/13/2012 | Phillies veterans deliver big hits to back Hamels
Even after beating the Padres, 3-2, Sunday behind Cole Hamels (5-1), who allowed one run on five hits and three walks with five strikeouts in seven innings at Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies are just 16-19.
5/13/2012 | Mamma mia! Salty's five RBIs lead Sox's rout
Jarrod Saltalamacchia had three laser hits and five RBIs, two of them on a homer, as the Red Sox backed Daniel Bard in a 12-1 rout of the Indians at Fenway Park on Mother's Day Sunday.
5/13/2012 | Millwood, Mariners spoil Pettitte's return
The Yankees threw a welcome-back party for Andy Pettitte on Sunday, but Justin Smoak and Casper Wells had other ideas as they spoiled the reunion with two-run home runs in Seattle's 6-2 victory. The Mariners snapped an eight-game road losing streak as Kevin Millwood recorded his first win for Seattle with seven innings of one-run ball.
5/13/2012 | Sox put McDonald on DL with oblique strain
Outfielder Darnell McDonald landed on the disabled list Sunday with a right oblique strain. In his place, Triple-A Pawtucket first baseman Mauro Gomez, who's put up some lofty numbers, was called up to the Majors for the first time.
5/13/2012 | Bats come alive for Rays in finale vs. O's
The Rays avoided a sweep Sunday when their bats came to life in a 9-8 win over the Orioles with a Mother's Day crowd of 29,552 in attendance at Camden Yards.
5/13/2012 | Diamond's gem earns split with Jays
Left-hander Scott Diamond repeated his first start of the season, throwing seven shutout innings for the second straight start to earn his second victory in a 4-3 Twins win on Sunday at Target Field.
5/13/2012 | Offense helps Cubs cash in on Crew's miscues
Ian Stewart and Reed Johnson each hit solo home runs, Alfonso Soriano added an RBI double and the Cubs scored the tie-breaking run on an error in the seventh to post an 8-2 win on Sunday over the Brewers.
5/13/2012 | Heyward's key hit helps Braves sweep Cards
Jason Heyward, coming off a four-strikeout game on Saturday, slammed a three-run double in the third inning Sunday afternoon to lead the Braves to a 7-4 win over the Cardinals and a sweep of the three-game series before 45,729 at Busch Stadium.
5/13/2012 | Kemp due for MRI after tweaking hamstring
Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp is adamant in saying he's not going on the DL, but an MRI on his strained left hamstring Monday morning will undoubtedly have more say in that decision.
5/13/2012 | After tying it in ninth, Pirates walk off in 12th
Clint Barmes doubled with two outs in the 12th inning and came around to score on Josh Harrison's single to give the Bucs a 3-2 victory over the Astros in Sunday's rubber game at PNC Park.
5/13/2012 | Giants set season high for hits in victory
With San Francisco already leading by a run in the fifth inning, Brett Pill smacked a two-run homer on a first-pitch fastball to left field to put the Giants comfortably ahead on their way to a 7-3 victory over the D-backs on Mother's Day. The offense produced 14 hits Sunday, establishing the team's season high.
5/13/2012 | Verlander delivers to lift Tigers past A's
The last of three straight walks was capped by an eight-pitch duel between Austin Jackson and Grant Balfour, ending with a bases-loaded walk that drove in Brennan Boesch for the difference in a 3-1 Tigers victory to split a four-game series against the A's.
5/13/2012 | Dodgers don't need stars to finish sweep
Bobby Abreu hit a bases-clearing double and A.J. Ellis clubbed a three-run homer in a big fifth for the Dodgers, who swept the Rockies with an 11-5 win on Sunday.
5/13/2012 | Pink bat in hand, Stanton slams Mets with walk-off
Slamming the door shut in the ninth inning on Sunday afternoon came with a blast, a 73-foot sculpture erupting and Giancarlo Stanton absorbing a shaving cream-filled towel to the face.
5/13/2012 | Wells honors mom's request, belts home run
Mariners left fielder Casper Wells got a Mother's Day request from his mom on Sunday morning. "She said, 'Hit a home run for me,'" said a grinning Wells after his team's 6-2 victory. Wells indeed delivered the long ball, driving a sixth-inning pitch by Andy Pettitte high off the right-field foul pole for a two-run shot.
5/13/2012 | Votto's slam makes Reds walk-off winners
Joey Votto hit three home runs on Mother's Day, but none was more important than the grand slam that had the Reds walking off with a dramatic 9-6 come-from-behind victory.
5/13/2012 | Rangers' lineup counters avoiding Hamilton
The Rangers welcome opponents pitching around and or intentionally walking the torrid Josh Hamilton, who entered Sunday's series finale against the Angels with nine home runs in the last six games.
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